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The venue for this morning’s dramatic euro rescue pact is seen by some as divisive, bureaucratically addled, and doomed for obsolescence. Just like the euro?
Analysis: In a major victory for Italy over Germany, Europe forges a seismic shift in its bailout approach — but that doesn't mean the euro is saved.
At the euro zone’s summit-to-end-all-summits, both crisis negotiations and soccer sour the mood for the German chancellor.
As the euro zone holds its 19th debt crisis summit, GlobalPost reports the latest from Brussels.
Europe’s bailout plan is failing. Next week, at yet another summit, leaders will try to rescue it. Here’s what you need to know. In plain English. Really.
As the euro zone goes begging, an emerging world demands its pound of flesh.
In Greece, austerity might be inflicting severe pain for now. Here’s how the policy is doing elsewhere in Europe.
Spain’s 100 billion euro lifeline provokes envy in Greece ahead of this weekend’s pivotal election.
The conservative government of Mariano Rajoy fights to repel the bitter austerity imposed on other PIIGS by the IMF, EU and ECB.
A fiscal surplus, low debt and soaring growth. No, this isn’t Germany, but it is a result of German medicine for crisis-burdened countries.
Northern Europe is enjoying a food renaissance. Once maligned British nosh is now hailed – even in France.
The European Commission preaches pain for France and empathy for Spain. Oh, and Germans should be more flexible.
By pooling credit risk, Hollande hopes to reassure skittish investors. But can he convince Merkel?
Senior officials are openly discussing the currency bloc's possible demise, along with widespread economic meltdown.
Europeans are abandoning the mainstream political message of austerity and looking towards a more radical solution.
The Netherlands' ban on selling cannabis to foreigners could start up a weed economy in other EU states. Spain and Portugal are top of the list.
The political instability and uncertainty in Greece has EU leaders once again considering its exit from the euro zone.
Merkel is still holding her ground on austerity, but a likely win by Hollande on Sunday is turning the debate towards a new growth plan.
The plan would encourage cross-border employment and open more "closed-shop" professions. Will it work?
Bond yields are rising to unsustainable levels. Unemployment is the highest in the euro zone. Can the EU save Spain from disaster?